Infinix Hot 10 Play launched in Uganda, here is the price, availability, and more
The Infinix Hot 10 Play has been launched in Uganda after weeks of rumors and expectations. Similar to all Hot series releases, the smartphone is a host to an impressive battery capacity clocked at 6000mAh as its key feature. Also, the device succeeds the Infinix Hot 9 Play which left the launch pad in 2020 before the base Hot 10 and Hot 10 Lite became available in Uganda.
During the smartphone’s launch today in Kampala, Infinix Mobile marked the Hot 10 play as a device designed for young people who demand high-quality video and gameplay on a widescreen display. By this standard, the Infinix Hot 10 Play launch in Uganda ships a new standard in the mid-range market sphere with a bigger display, gaming processor, and a duo rear camera setup.
Being a 2021 release, the Inifinix Hot 10 Play sports a 6.82-inch screen with a waterdrop notch and a 720*1640 pixels (~263 PPI density) resolution. At launch, the company confirmed testing the Infinix Hot 10 play battery capabilities with up to 55.7 days in standby mode or 53.4 hours of call time. Additionally, the XOS in-system ultra power mode allows the phone to run efficiently even with only 5% of battery life left.
With an Android 10 operating system with XOS 7, the Infinix Hot 10 Play launches in Uganda as a Smartphone designed for midrange users in need of a sleek, yet great performance companion. Given the fact that it ships a gaming-centric Helio G35 octa-core processor, the Hot 10 play could be a step ahead of its predecessors with better functionality pimped to its overall performance grades.
The Infinix Hot 10 Play in Uganda also comes in two variants, a 2GB RAM / 32GB ROM version, and a 4GB RAM / 64GB ROM version with slight price differences but the same non-storage specifications available from UGX 480,000 to UGX 550,000 at all Infinix Mobile outlets across the country. However, we shall test what the Hot 10 Play has to offer with our unboxing and review articles in the coming weeks to gauge the device’s general performance standards.